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  • Star of Bethlehem: You seen it on Christmas cards and now you can see it in the night sky!
    Star of Bethlehem conjured up with conjunction of Venus and Jupiter this week
    Jupiter and Venus are lined up and offering a heavenly display in a celestial conjunction, which may be the same event that supplied the Star of Bethlehem for the three Wise Men. This event may have created that very bright star known in legend as...
  • Star of Bethlehem
    ‘Star of Bethlehem’ is a rare conjunction of the planets Venus and Jupiter
    A "Star of Bethlehem" celestial phenomenon – an aligning of the planets Venus and Jupiter – was seen this week by Northern hemisphere stargazers, as the two planets appeared to pass within fractions of one another, creating...
  • Venus - Jupiter conjunction - Naples, FL (Jun. 28, 2015)
    Jupiter and Venus get cozy in the western sky tonight, June 30, 2015
    For the past few weeks, Venus and Jupiter have been approaching each other in the western sky around sunset. About a week ago, the moon was nearby, too. Now, a nearly full Moon sits far removed from the planets, as the Moon continues its monthly...
  • Europa life exploration mission on drawing board as Jupiter's moon erupts in water plumes
    Europa life promising: Water plumes spark NASA trek to one of Jupiter’s 67 moons
    Excitement builds over the possibility that there’s life within the solar system besides the life found on the planet Earth as scientists spot water plumes spouting from Europa. This is one of Jupiter's moons and scientists are hot on...
  • Venus, Jupiter and the Moon June 19 2015
    Showtime on the western horizon after sunset
    For the rest of this month and well into July Venus, Jupiter, Regulus and on occasion the crescent moon are putting a spectacular display of planetary motion. It is also a very pretty sight in the sky. Yes, the planets (the wonders) do move in the...
  • Lucky people
    Lucky people
    When you speak to individuals who seem to be happy and excited about their lives, the partners they're with, the careers they're in, and the success they've had, words like luck, fate or chance constantly pop into the conversation. You...
  • planet Saturn
    Saturn's last dance in Scorpio: Summer 2015
    Saturn entered Sagittarius for the first time in 29.5 years December 24, 2014, and it will remain in this sign until June 14 ,2015, when it retrogrades back into Scorpio at 8:38 P.M., est. Here it will remain until September 17, 2015, when it...
  • Europa
    Active plate tectonics spotted on Europa
    Back in September of 2014, researchers published a groundbreaking study that suggested there might be plate tectonics moving on the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa. While the report has not been confirmed yet, it could mean that Europa is...
  • western skies
    Moon, Spica, Mercury and Pleiades in the night skies
    Skywatchers can enjoy the beauty tonite as the Moon, Spica, Mercury and the Pleiades will line up and reveal themselves to you, but only as the the darkness of night has set upon us. Finding these beauties won’t be hard, just look towards...
  • Europa Clipper
    European Space Agency invited to contribute a lander to NASA's Europa Clipper
    According to a Friday story in Spaceflight Now, NASA has invited the European Space Agency to participate in its upcoming Europa Clipper project. Europa Clipper, pushed by Rep. John Culberson, the chair of the House Appropriations subcommittee...
  • Dolls: spring fashion to drive the cold winter away
    Dolls: spring fashion to drive the cold winter away
    Hello New York Doll Collectors,I was looking for fashionable dolls to bring the feeling of Spring into our hearts, and to toss the cold air, out of our joints. Tonner Dolls has some very gorgeous fashionable dolls that would definitely bring the...
  • Five ways Abacoa’s Second Friday is second to none
    Five ways Abacoa’s Second Friday is second to none
    It’s the perfect time of year to be outdoors in the neighborhood.It’s not hot enough to melt your makeup or fry your brain. It’s not the rainy season, so there’s no need to carry an umbrella or worry about where to duck and...
  • Stargazing events for March 2015
    Stargazing events of interest for March 2015
    The name March comes from Latin Martius. March was first month of the earliest Roman calendar. Named for Mars, the Roman god of war Martius was also the guardian of agriculture and an ancestor of the Roman people. Martius remained the first month...
  • Jupiter Ascending
    Review: 'Jupiter Ascending' descends into obscurity
    “Jupiter Ascending” is a recent foray into the science fiction realm which stars Mila Kunis as an ordinary cleaning woman named Jupiter Jones who is destined for greater. The film focuses on an intergalactic battle amongst three royal...
  • As NASA reports on its Juno probe amateur astronomers film Jupiter turning blue
    As NASA reports on its Juno probe amateur astronomers film Jupiter turning blue
    Amateurs posting videos on YouTube have demonstrated that average folk not only shoot amazing footage but that it can, at times, change the way we think about topics previously reserved for official sources. As an example of this assertion, an...
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